Steve Jones, a former aircraft technician, is transforming the front of a decommissioned plane into a sleek, habitable space for travelers.

Steve Jones knows his way around a plane.
A former aircraft technician turned stay-at-home dad, Jones has found a creative way to combine his love of planes with his duties at home.
Last year, he transformed a 13-foot-long nacelle of a VC10 jet engine into a camper trailer for family road trips.
Now, he’s set his sights on something much larger: a decommissioned Boeing 737 plane.
Take a look inside what he calls his “craziest project” yet.